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. ♪ >>> well, there's a new and fascinating look inside the oval office of john f. kennedy. >> president kennedy, like several presidents before and after, installed two recording devices in the office, and they captured hundreds of hours of history-making decisions and moments in his family life. >> now the new book has details of those conversations. diane sawyer has more. >> i remember really clearly being under the desk and making necklaces and trying to get candy from the grown-ups who were around. >> reporter: caroline kennedy says it's wonderful to hear him laughing when she walks in, demanding attention. >> i won't let you do much. >> reporter: that sound is little john, pounding under the desk, no idea he's hitting a microphone. his father, just relaxed. >> it was really like being in his company while you're listening. that was really a wonderful feeling for me. >> reporter: what you hear on the tape is a man possibly calm in a crisis. intelligence discovered the soviets placed nuclear missiles inside cuba, aimed at the u.s. >> how far advanced is this? >> sir, we've never seen
answer them online. we can check online as well. thanks, rich. >>> still ahead on "world news," john f. kennedy's secret tape. revealing a president's private anger, his probing, his questions. the stories behind the iconic picture, john john playing in the oval office? sister caroline kennedy remembers. flu protection with a 90% smaller needle. a 90% smaller needle. announcing fluzone intradermal vaccine, a 90% smaller needle, wow that's...short. to learn more talk to your health care provider. [ female announcer ] fluzone intradermal vaccine is fda approved for 18-64 year olds. it shouldn't be given to anyone with a severe allergic reaction to any vaccine component including eggs, egg products or a prior dose of influenza vaccine. tell your doctor if you've ever had guillian-barrÉ syndrome. redness, firmness, swelling and itching at the injection site occur more frequently than with fluzone vaccine. other common side effects include pain, head ache, fatigue and muscle aches. if you have other symptoms or problems following vaccination call your doctor immediately. vaccination may no
morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson is on assignment. >> i'm sunny hostin, in for paula faris. we begin this tuesday with the firestorm over "monday night football" and what seems like a new low point in the lockout of nfl referees. >> the third week was definitely not the charm for the replacement refs. their string of controversial calls came to a head at the end of last night's seattle/green bay game. >> the game's final play. it's a wilson loft to the end zone. >> reporter: seattle tried for a game-winning hail mary pass that looked like an interception. >> who has it? who did they give it to? touchdown. >> reporter: mike tirico calling it on espn. but the refs were literally giving mixed signals. >> after review, the call on the field stands, touchdown, seattle. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you'll ever see. >> reporter: the stunning ending seeming to hurt not just the packers' record, but the very integrity of the game. former coach jon gruden alongside tirico. >> this is comical to me. really. mike, i'll tell you, that's two of the worst calls at the end of a footbal
the house. abc's john muller is here with the latest. john? >> reporter: ron, the amber alert, the children thought to have died in that horrible fire are alive. it took almost a week for this amber alert. but repeated searches for the children or their remains have turned up nothing. overnight, tennessee officials putting out a statewide amber alert. 9-year-old chloie leverette, and gage daniel. it's been six days since a fire torched the home with their step-grandparents. initially it was thought that the children and the grandparents died in the flames. but after six days of exhaustive searching inside the rubble, there's only physical evidence of the grandparent, not the children. >> if we just had ashes, you know, or the bodies. but we don't have anything. >> reporter: the amber alert reads, the location of chloie and gage is unknown. authorities have no reason to think the children have left the state. >> we don't have sufficient evidence from fire investigators right now to positively conclude they died in this fire makes us want to make sure that they are not somewhere else. >> repo
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, this is "world news now." >>> it's all good this monday morning. i'm paula faris. >> i'm john muller. rob nelson has the morning off. and we'll have the latest as the candidates prepare to go head to head this week. but first a look at some of the stories we're following this half hour. >> lindsay lohan's latest. what would monday morning be without a brush with the law for lilo, only this time she says she's the victim of the crime and not the perch traitor. >> this is an interesting one. you're going to enjoy it. >>> plus, don't go in the water. there's a new threat at some of the nation's lakes, not as harmless as it might look. >> that was a foul story. i'll have to admit. don't want to go anywhere near the water. and can be deadly as well. >> what was up with that water. >>> in power and offline. how some well known and powerful people don't use e-mail. could you survive without e-mail? >> no. i can't imagine how you would do it. are they using snail mail and making phone calls? >> i could go without it. i would just text everybody. my e-mails are short and to the point anyway. >> i am all
came to a head last night. john muller shows us more: >> final play, end zone -- >> reporter: game winning hail mary pass looked like an interception. >> who has i? touchdown! >> reporter: calling it on espn the refs were giving mixed signals. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. game is over. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you will ever see! >> reporter: seeming to hurt not just the packers' record but the integrity of the game, gruden alongside tirico. >> this is comical, really. >> two of the worst calls i could remember. >> reporter: it capped a week in which belichick got furious after his team's loss to the ravens putting his hands-on a ref. >> i have never meant any disrespect or in any way tried to abuse or be disrespectful to the officials and the job they do. >> reporter: it has created a social media firestorm. drew brees tweeted at the end of the monday night game, tonight hurts me greatly this is not the league we are supposed to represent. it is in the hands of the nfl and the officials' union after the packers loss matthews posting commissioner goo
reporter john alston is here with the impact on workers and the customers. >> carolyn, 600 jobs will disappear from the bay area and hundreds more from sacramento. it has revived the complaints and the debate about the cost of doing business in california. the bad news came all at once at three different comcast gatherings in northern california. it impacts call center workers in livermore, morgan hill and sacramento. their last day will be november 30th. >> christmas is coming. i have two kids. >> they told us basically they are moving everything out of california and putting everything in different states. >> a total of a thousand people work at the call centers morgan hill, livermore and sacramento. those comcast operations will move to seattle, portland and denver to handle things like billing and repair calls. >> the high cost of doing business in california makes it difficult to run cost effective call centers in northern california. >> comcast is not the first big business to complain about the burden of operating. other companies have pulled outcome pleatly citing lower
'm john muller. rob nelson is off this morning. >> and i'm paula faris. we begin this monday, the 1st of october, can you believe it? with a new abc news poll it comes just as the presidential candidates come out. >> tahman bradley starts us off from washington. >> reporter: good morning. it's hard to believe that the first presidential debate is on wednesday. mitt romney and president obama have been preparing day and night. with both men saying the other guy is going to do a better job. president obama and mitt romney start the week with a crucial showdown on wednesday at the first presidential debate in denver. at a rally in las vegas, president obama tried to manage the speculations. >> i know the media is speculating who is going to have the best zinger. i don't know about that. governor romney, he's a good debater. >> reporter: as both hunker down for intense practice, the polls show americans overwhelming with the election and the president lose. in a new abc news/"washington post" poll out this morning, 63% of registered voters expect president obama to win the election. that'
guys. now, one is speaking out to john muller. >> reporter: like most football fans i was ranting and raving about replacement refs. after hearing from one of them, they're not monsters, they're imperfect human beings like the rest of us. >> wilson scramblings to keep it up. >> it was the play that changed everything. perhaps the worse and most controversial call. >> touchdown! >> it's like a jennings interception. >> the call on the field stands, touchdown. >> the reaction was fast and furious. >> awful. look at the replay. >> this football fan didn't watch because he was on the field, mike, number 77, replacement ref in the game speaks out. >> one of those things that makes you go back in the back room and cry a few tears. he had more experience than most of his fellow fill-ins. 13 years of division i college revving. you know someone asked me if it's a good call or a bad call it depends on where you live. the replacement refs were at mercy of the crowd. >> reporter: and the mercy of the nation. time is 2:15. >> i'm not dead. also it's 4:30. [ whistle ] >> through all of the out
and spa, 17 miles from the las vegas strip. presidential debate veteran senator john kerry is participating in the mock debates, pretending to be a different patrician wealthy massachusetts pol, mitt romney. yesterday, in las vegas, the president tried to lower expectations. >> i know folks in the media are speculating already on who's going to have the best zingers. >> you are! >> governor romney, he's a good debater. i'm just okay. >> reporter: a new "washington post"/abc news poll shows the president enjoys advantages going into this debate. 66% say his policies have favored the middle class, while 57% think romney's, instead, would favor the wealthy. but the campaign sees some liabilities, as well. the president can get peevish when challenged. >> you're likable enough, hillary. >> reporter: his debate prep team is also studying presidential debates of the last 20 or so years, focusing on unforced stylistic errors, such as al gore's exasperated sighs. the president is also quite verbose. when i asked him a two-part question in august, his answer was -- >> on afghanistan
for three days of prep. senator john kerry will play the role of mitt romney. both sides are trying to avoid those infamous debate moments. >> you're likable enough, hillary. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: and there was that bet. >> 10,000 bucks? $10,000 bet? >> reporter: but so much of it rests with the candidate. the hbo film "game change," strategist nicolle wallace was depicted trying to help sarah palin prepare for interviews and a debate and the national stage. >> it wasn't my fault. i wasn't properly prepped. >> you weren't properly prepped because you wouldn't listen to us. you never listen to your advisers. >> reporter: takes you back, doesn't it? president obama looking to lock in his lead. and for romney, many political strategists arguing this first debate will be make-or-break as george pointed out. given the poll numbers in those key battlegrounds. >> okay, david, thank you. >>> it certainly takes nicolle wallace back. she's our newest political analyst. there in "game change." >> my ptsd is kicking in. >> try to go back for a second. you and i have both been inside the deb
with senator john kerry and mitt romney is squaring off against senator rob portman. both candidates have challenges and checklists. president obama's working on shorter answers, trying to avoid sounding like the professor he was before the white house. democrats say he needs to look strong and forceful and not appear irritated or impatient. >> they're trying to get him into the mode of being able to answer questions, short, concisely, and to the point, and so it's much more like his mannerisms and his style and the way he comes across as opposed to information in this. >> reporter: and mitt romney? he has to seem relatable, especially after his 47% comment. how can he do that? show compassion? show he's competent and connect with the voters? >> on those three cs that's where he really has got to do well. >> reporter: romney arrived in colorado to continue his debate prep but took a brief break to rally supporters. >> what an honor. what a welcome. what a colorado welcome. thank you so much. >> the prls president also took a break with a visit to the nevada campaign office. >> hi, this is
this summer. comcast is closing all three of its call centers in the state. abc7 news reporter john alston is here with the impact on workers and the customers. >> carolyn, 600 jobs will disappear from the bay area and hundreds more from sacramento. it has revived the complaints and the debate about the cost of doing business in california. camee bad news camee at three different comcast gatherings in northern california. it impacts call center workers in livermore, morgan hill and sacramento. their last day will be november 30th. >> christmas is coming. i have two kids. >> they told us basically they are moving everything out of california and putting everything in different states. >> a total of a thousand people work at the call centers morgan hill, livermore and sacramento. those comcast operations will move to seattle, portland and denver to handle things like billing and repair calls. >> the high cost of doing business in california makes it difficult to run cost effective call centers in northern california. >> comcast is not the first big business to complain about the burden of op
's john donvan is on the beat. >> reporter: following a tip from a dying man, police are looking at this property in roseville, michigan, at the driveway, to be specific, under which may lie the solution to a 37-year-old national mystery. whatever happened to jimmy hoffa? and where did they dump the body? it's all marked up. tomorrow, they bring in the digger to rip it open. >> we're strictly investigating this as a cold case homicide. >> reporter: it's always been assumed that hoffa, once the powerful president of the teamsters union, who then did jail time for bribery, was killed off by the mob, after he walked out of this detroit restaurant in july 1975. >> i'm going to do what i got to do! >> reporter: it became the stuff of documentaries and movies, like 1992's "hoffa." over the years, many theories and a few leads. an early one, that hoffa's body was entombed in concrete during the construction of giants stadium, which was knocked down two years ago. later, going on tips, police drained an dug up a backyard pool outside of detroit. three years later, they pulled down a barn
transportation committee, john mica of florida calling for a total reform and sweeping changes in the management of the tsa. and the inspector general of homeland security, saying the case we uncovered has been referred to federal authorities for criminal prosecution. while there was no immediate reaction today from tsa officials, hundreds of airline passengers were reacting, some saying they, too, have been victims of tsa theft, but that no one would believe them. air "airline and tsa have been zero help," wrote a woman on facebook, who said her laptop went missing after tsa went through her checked luggage at jfk. talon told us via skype, no one seemed to care that his kindle went missing after a tsa officer allegedly took it out of his backpack at a ft. lauderdale screening checkpoint. >> i'm just totally disturbed by their total lack, complete apathy. complete apathy. >> reporter: dallas businessman dirk says he also got the cold shoulder from tsa after his ipad disappeared from his checked luggage. >> gone. completely gone. >> reporter: using the "find me" app, he tracked it to this man, ts
was able to do. john kerry won it and took the race to almost even within two days. >> so a big opportunity for mitt romney this week. >> a huge opportunity for mitt romney. he could take this race in the states that he's losing right now and change the dynamic of this race just by standing on stage and performing well. >> so much riding on it. this first debate, viewers, anywhere between 50 million, 60 million viewers are the estimates. this year more important than ever the early voting that's taking place. >> early voting has taken place in key states like iowa right now and voters willing watching now, and voters are going to be wanting this. they're already voting, and the best thing about this debate for these guys, it's the first authentic moment in a while where voters want to tune in and pay attention. it's not a television ad, it's not a convention but a real authentic moment they really take cues from. >> it's something to think about. by election day a third of american voters might have already gone to the poll. >> campaigns used to have to plan toward one election day and now
a brief break for the president, who, like romney, has been rehearsing for days. senator john kerry is playing the role of romney in president obama's practice sessions. the campaign is managing expectations, saying last night, the president is out of practice. the last time he debated was four years ago. and, rob and paula, according to the latest abc news/"washington post" poll, 56% of americans expect president obama to win the debates. mitt romney told voters yesterday, that the debates are about more than who comes out on top. they are the chance for a month-long conversation with the american people. >> managing expectations, as always. tahman bradley, live in washington for us. thanks, tahman. >>> and abc news coverage of the debate begins tomorrow night at 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific. keep right here on abc. >>> and there is word this morning of a series of secret meetings at the white house. focusing on the threat from al qaeda in north africa. "the washington post" says the meetings came before the 9/11 attacks on u.s. compounds in libya. during the discussions, the possibi
campaign. and we had done a great job painting john kerry as a flip-flopper. john kerry took the stage with president bush, he stood shoulder to shoulder, and he really -- he kicked our rear ends. and the polls tightened right up. >> nicolle wallace, thanks very much. amy? >>> now, to the latest on that hugely controversial call at the end of the seahawks/packer game monday night. the fury over it could help end the referee lockout. this morning, we're learning more about the stand-in refs who made that call. abc's dan harris is here with more. dan, are they in hiding? >> no. but a lot of people say unfortunately not. the uproar over the replacement refs and that now infamous call may finally force the nfl and the regular refs to end their labor disputes. this morning, the two sides are reportedly back at the table. >> the wilson loft to the end zone. which, it is -- >> reporter: you know it's a bad call when the president himself calls it terrible. and republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan agrees. >> it is time to get the real refs. >> reporter: it happened monday night. th
, and now one of them is speaking out to abc's john muller, who is with us now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. like most football fans, i was ranting and raving about replacement refs. as much as anyone. after hearing from one of them, it becomes clear, these are not monsters, they're imperfect human beings like the rest of us. and we owe them this much. today, we'd be watching week one instead of week four. >> wilson scrambles to keep it alive. >> reporter: it was the play that changed everything, possibly the worst and most controversial call in nfl history. >> who did they give it to? touchdown! to me it feels like a jennings session. >> the call on the field stands, touchdown. the game is over. >> reporter: the reaction was fast and furious. >> it was awful. just look at the replay. >> i never seen anything like that in all my years of football. >> reporter: this football fan didn't watch because he was on the field, mike peek, number 77, a replacement ref in that game speaks out for the first time. >> to see the game fall apart at the end, it was one of those things th
service. >> and abc news obtained secret recordings made by john f kennedy and it's a rare chance to heart president as he grappled with decisions including nuclear war with russia. world news has a look at these recordings and an interview with caroline kennedy. you can watch it tonight and tomorrow right after this this newscast. >> looking forward to that. >> giants fever sweeping bay area, again. >> up next, how those without season tickets can still g >>> following breaking news we've just learned ples have caught their suspect, and they were searching for him, he was the reason why several schools were shut down but police say he's in custody. we'll have that coming up on abc 7 news at 6:00 as well as a police lab worker going to court. tonight how her case changed the way drug investigations are pursued. that and more coming up at 6:00. >> and right now sh giants tickets for playoffs going mighty fast and there is champs guaranteed at least one home game. >> and there is team expects to have 6,000 or 7,000 tickets remaining for anyone signing up online. exciting times. >> thanks for
's john muller with this morning's tech bites. >> reporter: facebook unwraps gift service some of the members can send gifts, real, not virtual to other members. facebook gifts will be available to all users eventually.vd android phones are boasting they have near field communication technology which will let them communicate with other nearby devices apple iphone 5 doesn't have it. they say that shouldn't be a factor. >> it is getting attention in the -- the fact is that presents real challenges they there are not a lot of terminals that can handle nfc. >> apple fields wallet app is sufficient and it only took a few hours to top download charts, latest game from makers of angry birds features some of the >>> good morning. we have fog in san francisco and around the bay certain lay long the coast. meteorologist mike nicco is checking out mid 90s inland going to warm up nicely on our way to warmer temperatures this weekend. coming up. >>> today police are expected to release names of those killed in yesterday's minnesota workplace shooting. the shooter is among the dead. tahman
accusing a congressional aide of assaulting her in a hotel room over the weekend. john muller is here with the latest. good morning to you, john. >> good morning, elizabeth. she is no stronger to the lapd, and lately, she's getting to know the nypd pretty well. lohan says she was physically assaulted in a hotel room. but this morning, it comes down to she said/he said. the charges now dropped. >> reporter: lindsay lohan may be no stranger to legal trouble, but this morning, she says this time she was the victim. the 26-year-old starlet says she was assaulted on monday by this man, a part-time congressional staffer named christian labella. labella is seen posing here with paul ryan and reality star kim kardashian in photos on facebook reportedly met lohan over the weekend at this trendy manhattan nightclub. lohan told police that at the end of the evening, she and a group of friends invited her back to her room. but the star said when she found pictures of herself partying on his phone she took it. and confronted it. that's when lohan says he threw her on to the bed, scratching her han
says he did it to collect the $2 million policy. but abc's john schriffen is here with more on what's developing. >> reporter: the reason this video has more than 3 million hits online is because of the car. it's so rare, experts say you may never see one in your lifetime. imagine a car enthusiast excited to capture the moment he spotted one. now, the amateur video is at the center of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit. lawyers say this is a multimillion-dollar disaster or an elaborate fraud. one of just hundreds made and worth a cool $1 million, driving down a highway near houston, texas, three years ago. videotaped by car enthusiasts nearby. when out of nowhere -- but exactly what happened is now at the center of an insurance fraud case slated to begin later this month. at the same of the accident, the car's driver, andy house, told police he dropped his phone. when he looked up, he says he saw a pelican and veered to the right, straight into the salt water marsh. >> about 2 1/2 foot deep. the owner was on the side of the road. he was real calm and everything. >> reporter: just three w
this event by dining with don at san francisco johns grill. lots of memory tonight for don including racing to breaking news story on the first day at abc 7 news with photographer who broke a few rules along the way. >> we went from the station to the fairmount hotel actually in reverse at 50 miles an hour. i'm serious. >> why was he doing that. >> because transmission was out in the car. very old cars the then. >> don says that story never even aired. but of course plenty more did during the career that included just about everything. i mean besides reporting he also served as both news and sports anchor here at abc 7. he's an amazing talent. super nice man. don't know if he's ever done the weather though. we have that now. >> carolyn he's so multi-talented i'm sure company do the weather. love working for don. congratulations to him. live picture from the high definition sutro camera you see the fog over downtown san francisco. thinks market street here. and part of it is covered in fog. this is what the morning commute may lack like. check out live doppler 7 hd and you will
dan and mark and vick lee marked this event by dining with don at san francisco johns grill. lots of memory tonight for don including racing to breaking news story on the first day at abc 7 news with photographer who broke a few rules along the way. >> we went from the station to the fairmount hotel actually in reverse at 50 miles an hour. i'm serious. >> why was he doing that. >> because transmission was out in the car. very old cars the then. >> don says that story never even aired. but of course plenty more did during the career that included just about everything. i mean besides reporting he also served as both news and sports anchor here at abc 7. he's an amazing talent. super nice man. don't know if he's ever done the weather though. we have that now. >> carolyn he's so multi-talented i'm sure company do the weather. lovefor working for don. congratulations to him. live picture from the high a sutro camera you see the fog over downtown san francisco. thinks market street here. and part of it is covered in fog. this is what the morning commute may lack like. che
for a crash after landing gear failed on approach to new york john f kennedy airport it does not appear to be a normal. 87 appears topped at 90 degrees. >> the flight had what officials describe as twisted landing gear. the plane packed with passengers and tried to land. you can see this shows front wheels are sideways. just 50 feed from touchdown suddenly the gear came down and turns forward and that plane as you can see landed safely. >> there tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of the critical mass bike ride began to give bike riders a voice, and often blocked streets and angered drivers. abc 7 news is live with more now. >> there is this police will begin filling up and from there, it's unclear where they plan to go. critical mass began with 50 people riding bikes home from work. >> there are people not paying attention to one cyclist on the road. >> from 50 to 200 to 2000 and more, there is no predicting who will show up on the last friday and what route they'll take, others turned into unruly stand jordz between bicyclists and frustrated motorists. one ride ended with 250 cyclists
a break thanks to seattle. there is john jaiso. mariners win that and stay two games ahead of the angels just six games left to play. giants made a decision that we expected. suspended outfielder melky cabrerra was suspended after a positive drug test and will be eligible to return but the giants don't want him back. giants had terrific chemistry. they won the nl west and don't want phone shall contractions or continuing crowd that came with the case. cabrerra saying i'm disappointed and mish teammates the best in post season and rb rooting hard to bring another world championship to san francisco. >> i like the way we're playing now. guys have been out there and played they've earned this. so we made the call. now, it's behind use and this afternoon sh against the diamond backs there is a hunter pens with a two run blast. giants on top and still in the second marco scutero has cloud. there are giants won barry zito's last 10 starts and there is hector sanchez sends this one to left center that. is done. giants win 7-3 there is never have so many been so happeny to see seven guy was whis
the question. >>> good friday morning. i'm sunny hostin. >> i'm john muller. rob and paula are off this morning. we begin with an all-too familiar american tragedy. a deadly shooting has shattered the quiet of a small sign company. >> it happened in minneapolis, where police say the toll stands at five dead and four wounded. abc's tahman bradley has the details that have been breaking overnight. >> reporter: a tense scene in minneapolis. as s.w.a.t. teams responded to a gunman who opened fire at accent signage systems, filling tour people, including the company's founder, and then himself. >> i can't confirm that the suspect, the shooter is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. >> reporter: this morning, police are trying to determine if the shooter was a disgruntled worker. four people were transported to a local hospital. a fourth had minor injuries. it was a terrifying scene when police responded to the shooting around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. >> this appears to be multiple agencies, both local and federal. >> reporter: tactical teams surrounded the building, evacuating people and swarm
. president obama reversing with senator john carey. and both have challenges and check lists. there is president obama working on shorter answers. democrats say he needs to look strong and forceful not appearing irritated or -- impatient. >> they're trying to get him into the mode of being able to answer questions so it's more of his mannerisms and style z way it comes across. >> and mitt romney has to seem relatable after his comments and how can you do that? and connect with voters? >> there are all three of the things he suffered so on those three c's he's got do well. >> there is romney heading to colorado to continue prep. last night he tried to lower expectations a bit. >> there governor romney is a good debateor, i'm just okay. >> americans found 56% expect the president to win the debate. >> and lowered expectations could be good for romney. his campaign can leave denver with some momentum. >> and you can see first debates here on abc 7. there is a white house official confirms someone tries to hack into its computer system but says it was not successful. officials sa
seeing political and social reform. john brandon is a member of the burma task force for the asia foundation. >> he was looking at what other parts of southeast asia and other parts of asia were doing and how they were progressing and the economic development and felt that his people were falling behind and this was something that was not sustainable. >> please help us but in the right way. please help us supportfully, please help us but with proper sequencing, as well as the right speed. >> she will receive an honorary doctorate from the university of san francisco. she will also meet with members of the burmese community of the bay area. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >>> lisa argen is here to talk to us about something that impacts just about everybody. this interesting weather phenomenon known as a warming trend. >> we haven't really had any heat all summer long. let's wait until. as we head outside right now. the wind is blowing just a little bit now and this is from a roof camera. temperatures in the 50s. you don't believe me. >> i see it now. >> mist and fog and, in fact, pret
and social reform. john brandon is a member of the burma task force for the asia foundation. >> he was looking at what other parts of southeast asia and other parts of asia were doing and how they were progressing and the economic development and felt that his people were falling behind and this was something that was not sustainable. >> please help us but in the right way. please help us supportfully, please help us but with proper sequencing, as well as the right speed. >> she will receive an honorary doctorate from the university of san francisco. she will also meet with members of the burmese community of the bay area. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> lisa is here to talk about the weather. >> we are look looking at some of the warmest temperatures we will see in the upcoming week for sure. but throughout the year. right any we are looking at mount tam where the marine layer is intact. it's causing a lot of mist and drizzle, poor visibility. spare the air. big time heat headed our way. our forecast ahead. >> you have a lot on your plate. little ahead the opening of the bay area's
is slowly seeing social reform. john brandon is member of the burma task force for the asia foundation. he was looking for other parts of southeast asia were doing and how they were progressing and the economic development and felt his people were falling behind and something that was not sustainable. >> please help us, but in the right way. please help us thoughtfully. please help us but with proper sequencing and at the right speed. >> she will receive an honorary doctorate and she will also meet with members of the burmese community from the bay area. >> terry: i think at 9:00. that speech at usf starts at 9:15. >> lisa: a's game was is at 8:00 a.m. >> we are talking about a lot of fog out there. we do have an excessive heat watch. >> terry: are you sticking with the forecast. it's hard to believe outside. there is mist and drizzle and poor visibility and airport delays but a warm and dry forecast starting today. >> terry: let me speak on behalf of all the viewers, we believe in you. and newest arts and entertainment venue and how it was funded. and take you inside the modern and take y
courtroom start -- will bring you live coverage -- >> john elway is endorsing mitt romney he says america needs a president who understands how to get america working again. in ohio early voting just got underway this is video of peoplesetting up tents last night cleveland so they could be among the first to vote those camping out say they wanted to be first because of ohio's importance as a swing state. >>> linkedin adding features that might remind you of facebook or twitter. >> jane king with that and more apple rumors >> it has been a week or so, we haven't talked about an apple rumor on the heels of iphone 5 fever executives at apple could be buzzing about the next big product release. pad minnie has a possible unveiling date october 17th, according to a source. forbes magazine says apple insiders can expect invitations after october 10th, sales of the smaller ipad could go on sale this time next month. linkedin getting more twitter-like adding more features, expert advice making it easier to sign up to follow thoughts of influential people, including president obama, business leader
. abc's john muller joins us with more. it was the call heard around the world. >> reporter: got that right. when nfl fans thought it couldn't get any worse, last night, a call to end the seahawks/packers game, that has fan, player, coaches, commentators, everyone pointing the finger at the nfl saying, enough is enough. there were eight seconds on the clock. and espn commentator jon gruden laid it on the line. >> a section of the end zone with as many seahawks as you can. get someone a chance. >> reporter: seahawks rookie quarterback, russell wilson, puts up a hail mary. >> with tate, jennings simultaneous, who has it? who did they give it to? touchdown. >> reporter: but look here. watch the two refs immediately giving mixed signals in the end zone. one says it's a touchdown, one says it isn't. >> for the life of me, i don't know how m.g. jennings doesn't have credit. >> it feels like a jennings interception. >> reporter: and after a further look. >> after further review, the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> seahawks win! >> this is comical to me, really. that's two of the
the shots. the official referees will be back on the field tonight. and john muller is here with all of the very welcome details. john? >> reporter: you got that right. our long, national referee nightmare is over. after weeks of blown calls and a "monday night football" game that will live in infamy. the replacement refs are headed for the showers. the real refs will be back tonight for the ravens/browns game. across the nation, relief. >> this breaking news story. the locked out referees are locked out no more. >> reporter: it was this single moment. this botched call by replacement referees during monday's seahawks/packers game. >> who has it? who do they give it to? >> reporter: that changed what had been a labor dispute over the fight over the integrity of america's most popular sport. >> referees union is back. and was this the play that got them there? >> it became clear, this is more than winners and losers. this is more than complaining about a bad call here or there. this had to be taken care of. >> reporter: it appears to two sides got the message, after hearing from angry
in 2004, george w. bush was 6, 7 points ahead of john kerry. he didn't prepare well. he came across as slightly impatient. he's the president of the united states, why am i debating this guy? and that race went from a six-point race to a one-point race in 48 hours. i think barack obama has to be careful. that he doesn't come across irritable or impatient. >> or running out the clock. >> perform well from a mannerism standpoint. if he doesn't, this race goes a one-point race. we're all sitting around, what happened. >> donna brazile, matt dowd brings up the mannerisms. you were in the al gore camp, everyone thought that he cleaned george bush's clock, in that debate, but on mannerisms he ended up losing. >> george, many of us remember the split screen. al gore was sitting there, rolling his eyes, looking at george bush and basically, he started to sigh. >> did president obama have that vulnerability. >> look, i think governor romney speaks in perfect sound bites. i attended many of those republican debates. one thing that he's very good at is turning a negative question, a question d
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